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How fast did you learn

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Topic: How fast did you learn
Posted By: ColinTomson
Subject: How fast did you learn
Date Posted: 24 November 2010 at 12:02
Hello everyone as newone here I would like to aks you to share your opinions how fast did you learn to do winter ski on basic level?
For day or two or few hours or even more than some days?
I really felt bad first time while I was learning and watching some "todlers" as born on them


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Posted By: dscholz
Date Posted: 07 March 2011 at 22:39
Depends on how coordinated you are. I'm actually pretty klutzy and I've been up on the mountain a few times - where have always been disastrous. But at the same time, it's still fun - I don't really expect myself to be a pro skier so there's really not ego involved.

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Posted By: Blake@Skivo2
Date Posted: 01 June 2011 at 11:48
It varies! Some people are very fast learners.
Children often learn quicker than adults, within a day snowploughing and maybe heading onto some green runs.
Sporty adults are also quick learners as fitness isn't so much of a problem and they tend to be well co-ordinated.
There is one thing in common though, everyone feels rubbish to start with!
The learning process is the fun bit!


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